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1776-01-06, To the Electors of New York. Four principles to incorporate in the new government
January 6, 1776 broadside written by "Publicola" and written to the electors of New York. The author listed four principles which he felt should be
incorporated into the new government. Among the guiding positions were a need for a shortened term of the assembly, as well as open meetings, and
not accepting honorariums or profit while serving as representatives. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York
Historical Society Library).
Title:   To the electors of New-York. : Fellow-citizens, January 6, 1776. There are several important reformations, which ought to be made, for our future security ... The long duration of Parliament, is allowed by all to be the principal cause of its present corrupt state. ... Bribery and corruption at elections is also one great cause that is ruining the British nation. ...
OCLC Number:   62819055
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